We’re delighted to announce that the SMHAF 2023 programme is now online – you can browse the programme and book tickets now. Read about a few of the highlights we have coming up.
We caught up with Heather Marshall to ask her what audiences can expect at Manifesto and how to start a revolution with a roll of tape.
Details about accessible and live streamed events taking place as part of Manifesto, our opening day mini fest on Wednesday 4 October in Glasgow.
Kirsty Strang-Roy caught up with Imogen Stirling about The Boulders We Carry, a new immersive storytelling piece that will premiere at Manifesto.
We caught up with singer-songwriter SHEARS ahead of our opening night gig, Hen Hoose – Power Up.
Hen Hoose has become a revolutionary force in a music industry still dominated by men. We spoke to founder Tamara Schlesinger ahead of their gig at Manifesto.
Skye Loneragan is bringing a ‘work in progress’ sharing of her new show, May Contain Nuts (*), to Manifesto. We caught up with Skye to ask her what to expect from the performance.
A celebration of the life and legacy of renowned self-taught artist Mary Barnes (1923-2001) is to take place in her centenary year, as part of this year’s festival.
Our festival takes place across the country, with diverse events being programmed and delivered by and for communities in multiple Scottish regions. Today we’re shining a light on the North Ayrshire programme.
We’re excited to announce five new artist commissions inspired by the theme of ‘revolution’. The commissioned artists are Bircan Birol, Jamie Bolland, Jen McGregor, Keira McLean and Joey Simons, and Lilith (Lea) Cooper.
Choo Choo! (Or… Have You Ever Thought About **** *****? (Cos I Have)) by StammerMouth was today announced as the winner of the 2023 Mental Health Foundation Fringe Award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.